Here's a game that runs quite well on nearly all of the CPUs we tested, with one notable exception: the Pentium G2120, the only processor of the group with only two physical cores and two logical threads. The rest have at least four threads via Hyper-Threading.
The FX-8350 performs very well with this nicely threaded game engine, particularly in our more latency-focused metrics. In fact, the FX-8350 spends the least time of any CPU beyond our ultra-tight 16.7 millisecond threshold.
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